Green Valley Aromatherapy

Essential Oils

All of Green Valley Aromatherapy's essential oils are batch tested for quality and purity by gas chromatography, ensuring that you are receiving a 100% pure, top quality product. These are therapeutic grade essential oils, and should be used with care. Material Safety Data Sheets are available on each oils' Show Details page. Larger sizes are available.

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Jasmine essential oil is thought to boost feelings of confidence and optimism. It may help with depression, pain relief, impotence, frigidity, coughs and childbirth. It is excellent in skincare preparations. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: India. Solvent extracted from the blossoms. Base note.
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Jasmine Absolute Essential Oil blended at a 3% dilution in Jojoba Oil. This dilution is an affordable alternative to full strength Jasmine and it may be applied directly to the skin. It is not recommended for use in creating other therapeutic blends, as this oil is already at 3% dilution.
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Juniper essential oil may help with cellulite, fluid retention, digestive problems, gout, rheumatism, arthritis, acne, eczema, oily skin, psoriasis and dandruff. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: Croatia. Steam distilled from the berries. Middle note.
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Every home should have a bottle of Lavender essential oil as it is undoubtedly the most versatile and useful of all the essential oils. It relaxes, soothes and restores balance to mind and body. It stimulates the immune system and contributes to the healing process. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: Bulgaria. Steam distilled from the flowering heads. Middle note.

50ml size now available with a embroidered sachet in our Gift Items section of the website.

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Lavender (high alp) essential oil is excellent for skin care, especially burns. It may help with circulation and sore muscles and joints. It is a good essential oil for asthma, bronchitis, throat infections and whooping cough. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: France. Steam distilled from the flowering tops. Middle note.
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Lemon essential oil may help with symptoms of cellulite, water retention, anxiety, depression, nose bleeds, coughs, colds, flu, fever, asthma, bronchitis, and sinus infections. It is used as a lymph drainer and immune booster. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: Italy. Steam distillation of the grass. Top note.
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Lemongrass essential oil has a powerful tonic, antiseptic and stimulating effect on the whole organism. It is a good insect repellent and has been used extensively to protect animals from fleas and tics. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: India. Steam distillation of the grass. Top note.
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Lime essential oil is useful for depression and anxiety. Lymphatic stimulant which can help with obesity and water retention. Can be used as an astringent and tonic. See 'detail' page for specific cautions
Origin: Mexico. Steam distilled from the peel. Top note.
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Litsea cubeba essential oil is also known as May Chang, exotic verbena and tropic verbena (not related to lemon verbena). It is mostly used in skin care for oily skin, acne and dermatitis. It is also used as a deodorant and is thought to reduce excess perspiration. See detail page for more information.
Origin: China. Steam distilled for the pepper-like fruit. Middle note.
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Also known as Tangerine, Mandarin essential oil may help with digestive problems, flatulence, obesity, water retention, hysteria, insomnia, grief and stretch marks. Mandarin essential oil is considered to be a lymph cleanser. It is a wonderful children's essential oil in small doses. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: Italy. Cold pressed from the peel. Top note.
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This essential oil has a long history of use with the Maori people for medicinal purposes. Manuka essential oil is anti-septic, anti-viral and anti-fungal, and highly bactericidal across a wide spectrum. Manuka essential oil is one of the essential oils which can be used neat on the skin, so it is good for cuts, boils and ulcers. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: New Zealand. Steam distilled from the leaves and branches. Middle note.
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Marjoram essential oil was used by the ancient Greeks. It is a soothing, comforting and warming essential oil. The plant was traditionally used as an appetite stimulant, to reduce fevers and to relieve asthma. The essential oil is now used extensively as an anti-inflammatory, rubeficient (to aid circulation) and as a warming analgesic for muscle aches, rheumatic pains and strains.See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: Egypt. Steam distilled from the flowers and leaves of the herb. Middle note.
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Melissa essential oil is useful for bacterial and fungal infections and it is used as a sedative. Asthma and coughs are often relieved by inhaling Melissa essential oil. The essential oil comes from the Lemon Balm herb and it is so expensive because it takes 300 lbs of the herb to make 10ml of essential oil!! See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: Italy. Steam distilled from the leaves of the herb. Middle note.
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Myrrh is especially valuable for treating wounds that are slow to heal and for weepy skin conditions, such as weepy eczema and athletes foot. Myrrh is good for gum disorders and mouth ulcers, and for treating chest infections, sore throats and chronic bronchitis. See' detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: India. Steam distilled from the gum. Base note.
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Neroli essential oil may help with anxiety, depression, shock, PMS, menopause, irritability, scar tissue, stretch marks and insomnia. It is also thought to help lower blood pressure. See 'detail' page for specific cautions.
Origin: Tunisia. Steam distilled from the blossoms. Top/middle note.
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